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Skolkovo as an innovation center: general and special (historical comparative approach)

Skolkovo as an innovation center: general and special (historical comparative approach)

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 6 (no. 1),

Comparative approach is important for systemic understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the project "Skolkovo", as well as the first results of its implementation in the 2010-2014. The historical comparative method is used in the paper: "Skolkovo" is compared with "the mining civilization» in XVIII century, and Soviet science cities of 1940-1980 (such as Arzamas-16). The basic difficulties connected with all the attempts to create innovation clusters in modern Russia are formulated - first of all, the weak business demand for technological innovation.

Keywords: innovation; innovation center; innovation cluster; social-economic history; government regulation

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